April 26, 2011

Losi XXX-SCT auction in support of Ian Trettel

On Saturday, March 5th 2011, Rockstar Energy Suzuki rider Ian Trettel sustained a severe head injury during practice at the AMA Supercross event in Daytona Beach. Trettel, a rising rookie, drafted from the amateur Suzuki team had finished 5th in his Supercross Pro Debut this year. He is currently in Atlanta, GA at the Shepard Center for rehab and is making progress every day. Losi is donating a XXX-SCT for the Trettel Auction on eBay via Road 2 Recovery’s store front. This is not just a normal XXX-SCT but is a one of a kind that has been signed by all the superstars of Supercross including James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, Chad Reed, Kevin Windham etc. You can make a bid on this awesome car, as well as other donated memorabilia, directly here, or if you would like to make a donation please visit www.road2recovery.com for monetary donations or by purchasing a t-shirt or bracelet thru www.vurbmoto.com.


April 2, 2011

DE Racing silver & white Ten SCTE Trinidad wheels

DE Racing has released two new colour variations for their recently released Losi Ten SCTE ‘Trinidad’ wheels, with the introduction of white and silver. These wheels include all the same features of our ‘Trinidad’ line with a bolt on OEM fit.

Source: DE Racing [deracing.net]


March 15, 2011

JConcepts Rulux wheel for SC10 & XXX-SCT

By popular demand JConcepts is bringing the Rulux 12mm hex design to the SC10, SC10 4×4, XXX-SCT and similar wheel offset applications. Rulux wheels are 1:1 inspired and no detail has been missed with these beauties as the Rulux wheel incorporates a lug nut and spoke affect that emulates the real thing. Wheel profile, interior and exterior ribbing and spoke design were all areas of focus while creating the combination of durability, clearance, functionality and appearance. To use the 12mm hex wheel on the SC10 or XXX-SCT it requires an inboard hub conversion for the front and JConcepts new hex adapter at the rear. Precision machined and blue anodised aluminium features a clamping style design that combines durability and functionality.

View the rear hex adapter here


March 15, 2011

DE Racing Losi Ten SCTE Trinidad wheels

DE Racing has released a new ‘Trinidad’ wheel for the Team Losi Ten SCTE 4wd short course truck. These wheels include all the same features of our ‘Trinidad’ line with a bolt on OEM fit and are currently available in black, but will be released in silver and white very soon.

Source: DE Racing [deracing.net]


March 10, 2011

Losi 1/10 XXX-SCB short course buggy

New from Losi, the XXX-SCB is a realistic-looking off-road buggy that not only looks the part, but performs too. The XXX-SCB is based off the reputable XXX-platform, so you know right away you’re getting a star performer. This buggy also comes ready-to-run with detailed components from bumper to bumper, including a drivers figure and roll-cage, window nets, nerf bars, a Losi radio system with Spektrum 2.4GHz DSM technology, a 2S LiPo-compatible ESC, aluminium oil-filled shocks and much more. Available in Rocktar, ReadyLift and Stronghold versions.

View the full features list here


February 15, 2011

DE Racing Losi XXX-SCT wheels

DE Racing have announced the release of new white wheels for the front and rear of the Losi XXX-SCT. These wheels are also available in the new silver colour (above) as are the rest of the range of wheels and their Hub Nutz now come in white and silver. DE have also launched a new website that makes searching for the parts you want much easier and more intuitive.

Source: DE Racing [deracing.net]


February 7, 2011

Toy Fair 2011 – Short Course round-up

Having covered the toy fair in depth for Red RC we decided to bring together all the short course related releases for an easy overview, beginning with Durango. On display at their German distributors stand, the Durango DESC410R was making its public debut. Having written in depth about the car here, its basically a longer and wider version of the successful DEX410, with the chassis is made from a sandwich of materials that creates a strong and very stiff backbone for the car, something that could not have been achieved with the aluminium side skirts used on the 1/10th buggy.

Continue reading the round-up here